“In the Mess”, another child’s dream of playing in food and making messes, became a surreal, asexual dance of bodies slipping over each other in cold, frictionless space.
I edited IN THE MESS with two remotes taped on a table before me using my head pointer. What we do when we have no money and when we are ahead of the technology! We just made videos and put them in our closet. And now the same videos are being watched by people all over the world on THE FRANK MOORE CHANNEL [even on their television]! Thank God we didn't care whether people would ever see the stuff. We just did them to do them! And now we have a shit load of content!
From the original poster:
The A.S.U.C. Presents
the second year of the
by Frank Moore
Every other Tuesday, from 7 to 9 p.m., Mr. Moore turns a classroom (125 Dwinelle) on the U.C. Berkeley campus into a bubble of reality in which even grown-ups can let go of their silly limits and play like kids. This magic is called forth by combining Mr. Moore’s live performance and video art with the works of other artists, dancers, musicians, actors and designers.
October 9th - In The Mess
Human hot fudge sundae and a space dance are high lights of this surreal childish dream.